Williams KIPP Internship Program

The Williams KIPP Internship Program is funded by Jeffrey Hines ’77, P’11 and places Williams students in KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) public charter schools across the country. KIPP has the core belief that all students can succeed, regardless of their zip code or their demographics, and has college graduation as the goal for all students.

Tasnim Anika ’24


Anika Tasnim working.

KIPP Philadelphia Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I had the privilege of working with KIPP Philadelphia as a remote academic intern. KIPP is the largest network of public charter schools in the United States, and it aims to provide a college preparatory education for underserved students. As a member of… Continue reading »

Sarah Hartman ’25


Sarah Hartman working.

KIPP Philadelphia Schools, Philadelphia, PA The Knowledge Is Power Program (KIPP) is a network of 281 public charter schools across America. Over the past 25 years, KIPP has helped to prepare more than 170,000 students from underserved communities to succeed academically and pursue the college or career path that they… Continue reading »

Emily Rodríguez ’24


Emily Rodríguez working.

KIPP Philadelphia Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I interned with the academics team at KIPP Philadelphia, under Emily Gaertner, the director of literacy. During my time working with Emily, we focused on finalizing the ELA curriculum plans for grades five to 11, which included building lesson plans, creating and finalizing… Continue reading »

Emily Rodriguez ’24


KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I had the opportunity to work as a Regional Operations intern for the KIPP Philadelphia school district. Coming from a family of educators, I have always been interested in pursuing a career in the field, but I wanted to explore the different… Continue reading »

Erin Vasquez ’23


KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer I had the opportunity to work as an English Language Arts Intern at KIPP Philadelphia, a nonprofit charter school network that serves students from grades K-12 from traditionally underserved communities. Re-reading Freckle Juice. On the first day of my internship, Emily Gaertner,… Continue reading »

Hanna Morgan ’22


KIPP Texas Public Schools, Houston, TX This summer, I interned with the Leadership Development Team at KIPP Texas Public Schools. KIPP Texas is a network of charter schools that aims to provide quality education to majority underserved, economically disadvantaged children. The Leadership Development team focuses on training school leaders and… Continue reading »

Sharon Mutoni ’23


KIPP Texas Public Schools, Houston, TX My name is Sharon Mutoni, and I am currently a junior and math major. I opted to apply to intern through the ASIP fund to work as an intern for KIPP Texas this summer. In the spring, I had previously switched my major from… Continue reading »

Tai Henrichs ’23


KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I was a Data and Analytics intern at KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, a branch of the broader KIPP Charter School network that spans many regions throughout the United States. Writing R code. The network emphasizes the necessity of serving its students equitably… Continue reading »

Lily Levin ’23


KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA I had a wonderful time as the Academics Intern at KIPP Philadelphia. KIPP is a national, K-12 charter school system that primarily serves kids from underserved communities, and KIPP Philadelphia is a system of multiple schools that serve the Philadelphia area. I assisted KIPP’s… Continue reading »

Kristen Altman ’22

Headshot of Kristen Altman

KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA My supervisor, Emily Gaertner, entered my internship with a time limit: by August, we needed to write the entire English and Language Arts (ELA) curriculum for grades 3-12 across six schools. Though this is standard fare for literacy development within the Academics Team,… Continue reading »

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